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Author: Michael CVM
Last Updated: 2011-08-20
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I have a Intronix LogicPort Logic Analyser, and the software has the capability to take digital inputs and display the input as analog. I'm converting analog to digital using an AD9059 Dual 8-Bit, 60 MSPS A/D Converter. For the clock source I'm using a LTC6904 Programmable Oscillator The PIC sends through I2C the frequency to LTC6904
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I took this pic a long time ago, I don't have an analog source to measure to make a better pic. Here I was measuring an ~27 KHz signal, but I set the sampling rate way too high, at 40MHz. I should have set it to 1 MHz (or so). If you set the samplinView full image